Would production of “biogasoline” impact food economies?



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    Not likely, since “biogas” usually comes from methane, which is produced and harvested by the decomposition of landfill waste.

    Ethanol fuel, if it impacts the food economy, would likely increase demand (and prices) for corn. However, since corn is currently so cheap that farmers actually lose money selling it, this would likely benefit farmers and have little effect on the rest of the economy.

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